Heya all! Need some advice on an upgrade replacement for my power supply. I've been getting some full resets on my computer, most likely due to insufficient power. (This is the opinion of the most savvy tech I know).
I am running on a pretty maxxed out Dell XPS8700. It has 32G of ram, an i7 4790 processor, three harddrives (2 SSD, one platter), dvd writer, and a Nvidia 1070ti card. A couple of the more intensively graphic games crash the computer. Checked the current power supply, and it's a Seasonic 460 watt version. Started looking for an upgrade to put into the machine, but have run across some claims that the 3.3 and 5 volt power lines need to be fairly beefy. Had a possible replacement inhouse, but it wasn't modular and the cpu power out on it was a straight 8 pin connector, not the 4pin that the motherboard wants.
I'm looking to get a reasonably priced (ie under $100) power supply upgrade, but am a little leery of the technical specs needed. I want to ride this computer for awhile before considering a full replacement.
Opinions, advice, and direction gratefully accepted!
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